Excerpt from Transactions of the Twenty-Seventh Session of the Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania: Held at Pittsburgh, September 15, 16, 17, 1891
The meeting of representatives of such a large and inﬂuential body as is the State Society is always fraught with benefit and profit, not only to the members in attendance, but also to the absent ones. These latter, while prevented from enjoying directly the papers read and discussions called forth, are nevertheless the gainers when they receive the Annual Transactions. And, too, the knowledge that a number of their brothers are in session together must surely kindle a fire of enthusiasm within them and stimulate them to renewed efforts in the ever grand and glorious work of practicing and disseminating the principles of our law. So, too, is its inﬂuence felt within the community in which such a meet ing is held. The reports made through the medium of the daily press are eagerly looked for and read by the thousands who are adherents of Homopathy, and thus the inﬂuences for good are wide-reaching in their effects. So it is that these annual meetings are so replete in their good and long-lasting results.
In welcoming you we are reminded of the hearty, very hearty, welcomes we have received from vou in past years, and if you, on your return to your homes, carry with you one-half the pleasant recollections we brought with us, we shall be more than satisfied.
Thanking you for your kind attention and hoping that the meetings to follow may prove of great interest and profit to all, I again give to vou a most hearty welcome.
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